Zurich 2016 SPM Course for fMRI
Thank you all for a wonderful 10th Zurich SPM course! The talks and tutorials offered during the course can be accessed here.
BOLD Physiology (Jakob Heinzle) Pre-processing (Lars Kasper) The General Linear Model for fMRI analyses & Tutorial (Frederike Petzschner) Statistical inference and design efficiency (Andreea Diaconescu)
Multiple comparison correction in SPMs (Justin Chumbley) Experimental design (Sandra Iglesias) Event-related fMRI (Christian Ruff) “Resting state” fMRI . . . → Read More: SPM Course 2016
Course materials can be found here. Please note that this course is held during the Computational Neuroimaging Clinic (location: ETZ building room H91) Day Topic Speaker Literature 01.10 Principles of EEG 1: oscillations
Presentation 2 Saee Buzsáki, G. (2011). Rhythms of the Brain Buzsáki et al. (2013). Scaling Brain Size, Keeping Timing: Evolutionary Preservation of Brain Rhythms 15.10 Principles of EEG 2: event-related potentials
Presentation Rike Klimesch, W., Sauseng, P., Hanslmayr, S., Gruber, W., . . . → Read More: EEG Course
The Computational Role of Neuromodulatory Transmitter Systems in Cortical Plasticity Andreea O. Diaconescu, David M. Cole and Klaas Enno Stephan
Where & when: The course takes place on Friday afternoons from 14.00-16.00 in room ETZ F 91 (ETZ building on Gloriastrasse) during the spring semester 02-05, 2014.
Topics and Reading List
Presentation slides: 1. Introduction to Neuropharmacology 2. Neuromodulators and their role in Cortical Plasticity 3. Computational and Physiological Models (Part 1) 4. Computational and Physiological Models (Part 2) 5. Dopamine in Learning and Plasticity 6(i). Dopamine and Schizophrenia . . . → Read More: CP Spring 2014: Computational Neuropharmacology
11-14 February, 2014
An IBT Advanced Imaging Course
This four-day course, held annually since 2007, offers comprehensive coverage of all MRI-related aspects of SPM, including . . . → Read More: SPM Course 2014
Fall Semester 2012
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